Tuition Fees


For those students who do not qualify for government funding, the tuition fee for each academic year on a level 3 course is 5000 GBP (£ 5000). This fee does not include enrolment costs, cost of exams, text books and materials, additional support, advice and guidance.

Facility Availability Hourly Charge
BTEC National Diploma / Certificate / CACHE Diploma (2 years), Applied science, Art & Design, Business, Communication technology, Computer science, Early years, Engineering, Games & animation, Health & social care, Media & film, Performing arts, Public services, Sport £5,000 (subject to change) + exam fees, etc - 4 GCSEs with grade C or above - IELTS – band 5 to 5.5 - for UK to international qualification comparison, please use comparison table

Mode of payment

The college has set a standard procedure for payment. Students are advised to follow the mode of payment as devised by the college in order to avoid any incovenience. The college will not be responsible for any loss of time or money in either way. Payment should be made to the college by Bank Draft or Cheque only made payable to Stanmore College. For bank details please Contact us.

Refund policy

This policy only applies under the circumstances of refusal of visa from a British Embassy or the Home Office for which you need to provide sufficient proof. Refunds are subject to an administration charge of 5% of the fees.

A refund will not be considered

If the student breaks the law or conditions of his/her visa and is thus required to leave the country as a consequence. If the student's visa is terminated as a consequence of not attending the course regularly. If the student breaks the terms and conditions of admission to the College. The student wishes to leave the course without good reason.

All applications for a refund must be made in writing, giving full details of why a refund is being asked for, and should be accompanied by any relevant documents. Also please note that there will be no reduction in fees in the case of a late arrival or early departure from a course.